As you might remember from previous posts, I’m an avid Roleplayer (like Vin Diesel and Wil Wheaton). Next year, Pathfinder 2 is coming. If this doesn’t mean anything to you, read on, I’ll explain some D&D history.
I’ve been playing D&D for a long time, both as a player and as a Dungeon Master. I’ve found that creating a character that works well is harder than you might think. The game aids you with its rules, but most of the work is still up to you. Creating a good character makes the game more enjoyable for you, the other players, and the dungeon master. So, five tips for that.
I started gamemastering a Shadowrun campaign about a month back. I’ve always been a fan of the universe and I love the video games. I do have some gripes with the tabletop system, though.
Roleplaying is one of great traditions of Fantasy and Science Fiction nerds. The most important person in a D&D game is the game master. To help budding (or experienced) game masters along, here are some tips for game masters.